Endeavor Louisville has embarked on yet another effort to help high-growth-potential companies succeed. The organization has started a seven-month program called Scale Up intended to support companies that “have the potential to break out of the pack and truly scale,” according to Jackson Andrews, managing director of Endeavor Louisville.
Endeavor, which describes itself as the leading high-impact entrepreneurship movement, said in a recent newsletter that it partnered with Ernst & Young to run the first-ever EY Ripples Business Clinic and to provide mentors.
The six regional companies and entrepreneurs that make up the first Endeavor Scale Up cohort:
- Autymate (Louisville): Bryan Perdue
Developed over the last six years, Autymate is a software platform for building business apps that connect the company’s data, automate work and generate custom reports.
- Costello (Indianapolis): Frank Dale
Costello provides sales professionals with A.I powered sales playbook software to help them have great conversations and ask the right questions to win deals.
- FreshFry (Louisville): Jeremiah Chapman and Jacob Huff
FreshFry produces the FreshFry Pod to extend the life of restaurants’ frying oil by capturing and removing impurities in a safe and easy-to-use manner.
- Space Tango (Lexington): Twyman Clements
With the belief that the microgravity environment is a new frontier for innovation, Space Tango conducts research and manufactures in the microgravity environment to benefit life on earth.
- Trim.co (Louisville): Laura Melillo Barnum, Chris Edwards, and Lindsey Miller
Trim.co is a convenient solution for providing haircutting services within a workspace. It hires great stylists to provide top-notch haircuts to the most valuable asset in business: the people.
- Untitled (Louisville): Aaron Peabody, Kramer Caswell, and Connor Gaffney
Untitled empowers clients by strengthening and augmenting their understanding of the end user through data.—Mickey Meece
Autymate is honored to be selected and to have received recognition as a key player in the midwest tech industry. The platform’s unique ability to build connected applications is piquing the interest of businesses who hope to reduce operational costs through integrating and automating disparate, manual processes.